Screen shot of a tweet from @PPNorthTexas: “Last night our McKinney site was attacked–according to police, a glass bottle w/ diesel & a rag stuck in. Luckily no damage inside.”
On their twitter feed, it was followed by the following two tweets: “Patient & staff safety is our 1st priority—we’re thankful no one was there when it happened. McKinney police & fire have been great! We’re open for business today in McKinney, b/c our patients depend on us & our resolve to serve the community is strong as ever.”
Here we go again.
This law is patronizing to women in Texas. It is based on outdated stereotypes that women are too immature or too incompetent to make important decisions,” said Northup. “It’s as if the politician has charged into the doctor’s office and told the woman, ‘Honey, you just don’t understand what you are doing. Let me explain it to you and tell you what to do.’
He urged the crowd to keep up pressure to roll back the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion until ‘Roe v. Wade is nothing but a shameful footnote in our nation’s history books.’
Scary Rick Perry, who may run for president in 2012.